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Stores in the West Michigan area are experiencing an increase in people buying Mega Millions Lottery tickets, as the jackpot has now increased to $400 million after no one matched the winning Mega Millions numbers on Tuesday, Dec. 10. "Hopefully I'll win," said Muskegon resident Ted Patton, who bought one ticket from Jack's Corner Store on Dec. 11.
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Johnson, 37, has been arraigned in Muskegon County 60th District Court on new felony charges: assault with intent to murder, a felony punishable up to life in prison; felony firearms; and as a fourth-time habitual offender.
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Fill those Christmas stockings with books by local authors. You can get them personalized 4:30-7 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 17, at MLive Muskegon Chronicle, 379 W. Western Ave. Questions, call 231 215-5204.
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The public is invited for an unveiling of the design of a proposed new Northside Library Center 7 p.m. on Dec. 11 at the North Muskegon Community Center, 1413 Stewart St. At an earlier meeting in July, a vision for a new library was discussed, with residents providing feedback on it.
A local tow truck company captured a video showing a Chevy truck slide off the highway and roll over with two infants trapped inside- just one example of the dangerous driving conditions today, Dec. 10, in the Muskegon County area.
According to Michigan State Police Winter Travel Advisory, every major highway in the West Michigan area, except I-96, I-196 and M-37 from M-46 to Grand Rapids, are snow covered.
Lamenting the "throwaway culture" the world lives in now, Pope Francis said, "The victims of such a culture are precisely the weakest and most fragile human beings - the unborn, the poorest people, sick elderly people, gravely disabled peoplea who are in Lamenting the "throwaway culture" the world lives in now, Pope Francis said, "The victims of ... (more)
A neutral hearing officer has recommended to the Muskegon City Commission and city manager the revocation of the Charity Lodge #1397 state liquor license and city business license.
Two players on the Muskegon Heights Public School Academy basketball team are facing felony armed robbery charges in connection with a cab driver robbery.
"Jessica's Law" is aimed to reduce the circumstances similar to those in which Heeringa, a 26-year-old who disappeared from a Norton Shores gas station in April.
The sites are part of Feeding America West Michigan Food Bank Inc., a regional food bank in Comstock Park, according to information provided by Muskegon County Cooperating Churches.
Harris Hospitality will be back before the Muskegon City Commission Tuesday, Dec. 10 for a third time for a revision of a deal that will bring a destination development to the city's Pere Marquette Park.
The end of the year is typically a time for reflection, to look back at what happened and to take stock of what there is now.
Legislation is being announced that would require Michigan gas stations open after 11 p.m. to have two employees working or to install security cameras.